The first group return to Terra Santa and continued to build the stoves. Several were finished today. I heard lots of stories about the children who came and "helped" in each home. I do not have any pictures of this group today, as I was in the 2nd group.
A friend of mine in ministry taught me the unwritten beatitude several years ago. It is: "Blessed are the flexible for they will not be bent out of shape." This is especially true here in Guatemala.
The building that the 2nd group is supposed to be putting up as a Medical Clinic is in country but has not yet made it way from the port to our location. So today, our group went up to the town where the Medical Clinic will be located and helped at the site where an Evangelical church will be built. We broke up an old concrete pad, hauled it up the hill to the dump site, dug a trench, took down a cinder block retaining wall, and disassembled some rebar that had rusted ties. We had some young boys who came and worked with us. We couldn't have done it without them.
Without exception we all worked hard and are going to bed early.
Tonight we were also blessed with sone time with the spoonmakers project. Their handmade works are amazing and part of the proceeds go to support Sr Citizens in San Lucas Toliman.
The great news is that the building will arrive early in the morning and we can begin to assemble tomorrow.